Your skin is your body's largest organ. In today's environment our skin is under constant pressure - we spend a lot of time in excessively dry air, are often overheated, and are obsessed with cleanliness. This leads to conditions ranging from persistent acne to eczema and psoriasis. Do you or your family suffer with - dry, rough or scaly skin?- unexplained morning sneezing and a runny se?- persistent acne?- limp, lifeless, stringy or greasy hair?- dark rings around the eyes?- recurrent tinea?- disturbed sleep?Skin Fitness explains the causes of these modern skin problems, and provides simple, safe, n-invasive and inexpensive solutions.'...There is much wisdom in this book, and the remedies are simple' Terence J Ryan, Emeritus Professor of Dermatology, Oxford University
DR HUGH MOLLOY has been a visiting skin specialist at a number of teaching hospitals in New South Wales. He is in practice in Sydney and is currently an Emeritus Consultant to the Department of Dermatology at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. DR GARRY EGGER is Director of the Centre for Health Promotion and Research in Sydney and an Adjunct Professor of Health Sciences at Deakin University.